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    Atari VCS - crowdfunded console

    https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/a...computers-pc#/
    There's no way this isn't going to be "Ouya 2.0", right gaiz?!

    https://archive.fo/16nci
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    Specs look okayish, similar to a PS4 Pro.

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    They're doing a great job of cashing in on nostalgia, I'll give them that.

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    Not interested in all the bells and whistles and definitely not the price. Just give me the Atari 2600 mini and forget all the other junk...

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    They're being shady as hell. Hello Phantom 2.0!


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    https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/0...ri_lempty_box/

    Unless they actually have something more now, I'm very very cautious

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    Caleco cameleon all over again.

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    I remember throwing my 2600 away. No regrets. Why anyone would spend even a dollar on something that doesn't have a working prototype is beyond me.

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    MAC_HATER wrote:
    https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/0...ri_lempty_box/

    Unless they actually have something more now, I'm very very cautious
    LMAO, Atari accused The Register of lying and they produced receipts!



    Colinnola wrote:
    I remember throwing my 2600 away. No regrets.
    You could've gotten a nice pay day selling it on an online auction site in current decade if you had held onto it. Oh well.
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    I still have my 2600. Didn't think it would be worth jack though.

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    HELL KNIGHT wrote:
    I still have my 2600. Didn't think it would be worth jack though.
    I couldn't even give mine away. Then again, that was back in 2001.

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    Colinnola wrote:
    I couldn't even give mine away. Then again, that was back in 2001.
    True. The last 5 years or so have been peak millennial hipster buying up retro shit.

    I can just imagine the demand for Atari 2600 shit around the time Ready Player One came out would've been high.

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    In the late 80s yo could get dodgy Chinese 2600 knockers with all or most of the games built in. I think one of them was called kingsway. If you could find one now would be a cheap way to get your Atari fix. I doubt they have any collectable value.

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    Building a retropie would be easier